I tried to compile a device driver module and got the error that
'modversion.h' cannot be found. My first questions were:
Are the include paths ok?
Do the maintainer now what he or she is doing?
Uses this driver code obsolete kernel stuff?
Has SuSE forgotten something to install?
Then I started a google search for 'modversion.h' and noticed that this was a
common problem. And after a while I found the solution -> modversion.h is an
automatically generated file.
So what about a default modversion.h file:
/* This is an automatically generated file. Do not edit it. */
#error You have not generated the module versions. You have to ...
This hint may save some time for those who are not so fit in kernel issues.
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